Seguin High School’s boys basketball will have a familiar face heading up the program.
Seguin High School senior Trevor Waz made the change from a Round Rock Dragon to a Matador this year. And next year, he’ll become a pirate.
Texas Lutheran University’s primary athletics conference, the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC), on Monday announced the cancellation of all conference competition, including all spring championships, for the remainder of the current academic year due to the COVID-19 health threat.
The softball game between Navarro and Gonzales at Navarro High School on March 13 was the last high school game in the area prior to the shutdown of sports from the UIL on Monday, March 16.
Texas Lutheran softball gave head coach Wade Wilson his 300th and 301st career victories with the Bulldogs as TLU defeated the Trinity Tigers 5-3 and 2-1 Saturday at Ed Kruse Stadium (Morck Softball Field).
The Seguin Matadors got some great pitching from Heston Osborne on Friday afternoon in the shortened San Marcos tournament, but were unable to push any runs across the plate in a 4-0 loss to the host Rattlers.
While sporting events are being canceled nationally at both the professional and collegiate levels, or staged without fans in attendance — as of Thursday afternoon, local high school sports will go on as usual.
TUCSON, Ariz. — Top-ranked and defending national softball champion Texas Lutheran improved to 16-1 in 2020 with 8 - 0 and 12 - 0 run-rule victories Monday over Bethany Lutheran (Minn.) and Baldwin Wallace (Ohio).
TUCSON, Ariz. — Top-ranked and defending national champion Texas Lutheran knocked off fifth-ranked Illinois Wesleyan and National Pitcher of the Year Ally Wiegand with a 3-0 victory Friday night at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association’s Leadoff Classic.
It was a battle of two undefeated teams Saturday night at TLU’s Ed Kruse Stadium, as the Navarro Panthers and the San Antonio Christian Lions met in the championship game of the Navarro Tournament.
Representatives from Navarro and Wimberley high schools made their case to the UIL Appeals Committee on Tuesday for a restructuring of their new district, 14-4A-II, citing concerns over a lack of teams at sub-varsity levels for the other four schools in the new district.
The Lifegate Lady Falcons beat the No. 1 seed in the semifinals, but fell to the No. 2 seed in the championship game to finish second at the TCAL 2A state tournament on Saturday.
Navarro and Wimberley will make their case to the UIL on Tuesday for an appeal of the realignment released on Feb. 3, which put the two football powerhouses in District 14-4A-II.
PLEASANTON — Head coach Darrell Harborth has been talking about the team defense of his Navarro Lady Panthers over the last month of the season.
The Navarro Lady Panthers came storming back from a 14-5 first quarter deficit to beat Cuero Friday night, 41-31 and claim the District 30-4A crown.
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